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  1. Nice, You're out there working while the FLW canceled. Thanks for the info. I've been doing good bottom bouncing Meyers but had a slower bite last week. I'll try moving out deeper.
  2. Who'd of thought they would prefer the 80 degree water. Must be a Caribbean strain.
  3. almost a 3 man limit bottom bouncing but ran out of bait. It was great being able to get both my son and dad out. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  4. This fish has an adipose fin. Usually they are clipped on stocked salmon. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  5. Fished Waverly on Monday. There was a decent amount of bait and suspended fish. I primarily bottom bounce but kept marking bait and suspended fish so I took one bouncer off and used an inline trolling sinker directly behind the boat and started catching fish. No boards, jets, or dispsys. I venture someone with the right gear could of done much better.
  6. Picked a few bottom bouncing the windmills yesterday then ventured out to Meyers and did much better. Color didn't seem to matter. My buddy did good open water trolling between Seneca and Meyers.
  7. You can start at 35' and work your way out until you find the fish. Bottom bouncers are working. 3-4oz
  8. You can find 4 oz and up bottom bouncers online. Jannsnetcraft.com is an example. I too prefer the braid, 10lb power pro works for me. I run the braid to my bouncer, than run a flourcarbon worm harness of typically 4' to 5'. Some of my buddies go shorter. The linecountesr aren't necessary but can help you stay consistent, especially if you have friends on the boat. Also they are nice to have for other methods of fishing. I run 7' casting rods off the sides and any length that I can center off the back of the boat.
  9. Overthelimit said it first. Most of these fish are males still hanging around the spawning area. They will start heading out to reefs, like the Rockpiles, Seneca, and Meyers. Which ever one has the most bait is the key. If the bait is at the windmills then they will be back. Also, we're talking about our local stock from the eastern end. Good Luck!
  10. Fished the windmills yesterday and didn't mark nearly as many fish as last week. There has been an east wind for a few days but regardless I usually only see the fish heavy in here for about a week each year in the beginning of June. I did locate some fish off of Seneca but no great numbers. Fish could be in transition. ''
  11. Walleye are loaded in front of the windmills from the south gap all the way to the Ford plant. Bottom bouncing in 36'-38' of water got me an easy limit. I did throw a bunch of 14" fish back.
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